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Women’s Sevens Series increases to six rounds

World Rugby has announced the schedule for the women’s HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2019. Rugby sevens continues to engage global audiences and break new ground. The men’s and women’s HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2018 saw record-breaking fan engagement figures with more than 120 million video views, a 60 per cent increase on 2017.

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England women finish 4th in Marcoussis

England Women Sevens were beaten 7-39 by Ireland in the bronze final at Rugby Europe Women’s Sevens Grand Prix Series in Marcoussis, France to finish fourth overall. Earlier in the day England beat Wales 26-14 in the quarter-final but lost to Russia 14-36 in the semi-final. In the pool stages on day one, England beat

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Richmond Women unveil new-look coaching line-up

With pre-season well underway ahead of the second Tyrrell’s Premier 15s season, Richmond women are delighted to confirm a new-look coaching setup, with Jonathan Griffin signing on as head coach, and being joined by five key members. After finishing strongly in their first Premier 15s season, Richmond will be hoping to compete at the upper

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Wakefield Trinity make it 6 out of 6

Wakefield Trinity Ladies remain unbeaten with 6 wins from 6 in the Women’s Championship, grinding out a steely 14-4 victory overs hosts Oulton Raidettes. The Round 6 clash was always going to be an close contest as the 1st and 2nd placed teams faced off at Raider Park. It was Wakefield who started the brighter

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Awards night brings down curtain on Sevens Series

The HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2018 Awards in Paris brought a fitting end to an enthralling season which saw South Africa and Australia crowned men’s and women’s series champions respectively. It has been one of the most competitive seasons on record as both the women’s and men’s series were decided by just two-point differences.

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